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dangb9

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  1. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-52769796 https://www.upi.com/Science_News/2020/05/22/Australian-scientists-set-Internet-speed-record-using-single-optical-chip/1871590147513/ TDLR: -Could this see cloud computing becoming the 'defacto' choice? with home users needing nothing more than a thin client - if so what would that mean for the home computer markets CPU/ GPU development cycles? -Products like Nvidia Shield becoming the first choice for gaming? -the rise of Linux? -Software moving more to cloud licencing models for use and p
  2. agreed, but I can still turn on my XP laptop and use it for its intended purpose - with this are we going to see speakers become useless bricks due to app updates which then refuses to play anything to them because they are too old?
  3. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-51206604 TD;LR - Sonos will no longer be updating 1st Gen play 5's, CR200 and Bridge devices from May. While they still can be used (or 'trade up' with 30% credit for each legacy product), over time without software updates sonos stated that; (https://blog.sonos.com/en-gb/end-of-software-updates-for-legacy-products/) From my point of view I have 4 play 1's, I only added more devices recently to the original 1 I had for a few years, with the feeling that been tied into one eco system (ie the need to use the sonos app
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